- 06 Oct 21
Songs From Home is out next month.
Ronan Keating has announced a new album of homegrown music, Songs From Home – featuring the Dublin-born artist covering classic tracks from U2, Mic Christopher, Damien Rice and more. Set to be released on November 12, via Decca Records, the album aims to celebrate his "love for Irish music, as well as its continued significance in his life."
Across Songs From Home, the Irish singer will cover 'Raglan Road' (written by Patrick Kavanagh, made famous by The Dubliners); 'Into The Mystic' (Van Morrison); 'Where The Streets Have No Name' (U2); 'The Voyage' (written by Johnny Duhan, made famous by Christy Moore); 'The Island' (Paul Brady); 'Summer In Dublin' (Bagatelle); 'Guiding Light' (Foy Vance); 'No Frontiers' (written by Jimmy MacCarthy, made famous by Mary Black); 'The Blower's Daughter' (Damien Rice); 'The Parting Glass' (traditional); and 'Heyday' (Mic Christopher).
The album follows Keating's 2020 release, Twenty Twenty – featuring reimagined renditions of his biggest songs.
Ahead of the release of Songs From Home next month, the first track from the album – his cover of 'The Blower's Daughter' – will be released this Friday, October 8.
Take a look at the full tracklist below:
1 Raglan Road
2 Into The Mystic
3 Where The Streets Have No Name
4 The Voyage
5 The Island
6 Summer In Dublin
7 Guiding Light
8 No Frontiers
9 The Blower's Daughter
10 The Parting Glass
12 Set In Stone
My brand new album ‘Songs From Home’ is available for pre-order now. A passionate collection of songs that remind me of my home, Ireland.
Pre-order your limited signed edition from my official store, released on November 12: https://t.co/g2IJDB6cwx pic.twitter.com/r8F2kmc7X0
— Ronan Keating (@ronanofficial) October 5, 2021